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HCC Program Tracks

CNC: MONDAY/WEDNESDAY CLASSES,  HCC BRANDON CAMPUS, MANUFACTURING CENTER

CNC Production Specialist (Milling, Programming & Operations)
Class size:  12
Program Description:  This course will be delivered in a hybrid format; with some content delivered online in live instructor-led sessions and the remaining on-campus in our manufacturing and computer lab.
Overview: Introducing the students to programming, setup, and operation of CNC machining centers; machine safety, manufacturing methodology, blueprint reading, and machining techniques.
Objective: To provide the skills necessary to obtain gainful employment in the machining and manufacturing environment.
Certifications: NIMS Level 1 CNC Milling Programming Setup & Operations
Target Audience: Ages 18 and above needing and desiring career advancement or entrance in the machining industry
Prerequisite Skills and Experience: 10th Grade Math or equivalent
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AET TECH:    MONDAY/WEDNESDAY CLASSES, HCC BRANDON CAMPUS, ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY LAB

Aircraft Electronics Technician Certification Program
Class size:  12
Program Description: This course will be delivered in a hybrid format; with some content delivered online in live instructor-led sessions and the remaining on-campus in our manufacturing and computer lab.
Overview: Advance your career and industry knowledge by earning the Aircraft Electronics Technician (AET) Standard and Certification developed by ASTM’s National Center for Aerospace & Transportation Technologies (NCATT) along with their industry partners.
Objective: The NCATT AET is the primary certification and is required for all endorsements in the career field. The AET certification identifies the core knowledge of an Aircraft Electronics / Avionics technician that is common across the industry. This includes the military, air carrier, air cargo, repair stations, fixed-based operators, corporate flight departments, and manufacturers.
Certifications: NCATT certificates are an industry-defined mechanism to identify professionals who demonstrate their knowledge through testing and commit themselves to the aerospace industry. Associations and professionals across every industry use these certifications to recognize qualified and competent individuals.
Starting wages:  Starting wages in the field are $17 per hour and with some experience go well over $50 per hour. The mean hourly wage for Avionics Technicians in Florida is $27.88/hour per the Bureau of Labor
Statisticshttps://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes492091.htm

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Please check our ACE Website for additional training opportunities!

NOTE:  ACE is developing additional Training tracks:  Healthcare, Manufacturing and Information Technology providing occupational skills training for two ( 2) days and worksite or “hands-on” training at a local employer for three (3) days.

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